Well-Being in Finance: Your personal relationship with money in an era of climate change, inequality, and the new White House.
The Alliance Center
Denver, CO
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What are your values around money and how do you think about your relationship to it? Your relationship to money began at a young age and ultimately it has an effect on how you view and treat money today.

It is important for each of us to know how our own spending, investing, and money habits can create change the economic system into a regenerative economy with every dollar. For example if you bank at a big banks,there is  little transparency about where your money is invested, and likely it is invested in companies and industries which you would be fundamentally opposed to if you knew the trust costs of your investments. Your money could be financing rainforest destruction or fossil fuel development like the North Dakota pipeline.

This talk will explore how your personal finance can become more ethical and values-based and how you can connect your financial activities to your values and help to build a more sustainable,  inclusive, and just world.

You will hear from:
-Vincent Siciliano, the President and CEO of New Resource Bank
-Donna Morton, the CEO and co-founder of Change Finance

Entire program series in collaboration with: Natural Capitalism Solutions, Savory Institute, Presidential Climate Action Project, Daniels College of Business, At the Epicenter, Change Finance, Institute for the Built Environment at CSU, B Lab Colorado, and New Resource Bank.
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1536 Wynkoop Street
Denver, CO 80202
United States



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